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We provide care in the specialties of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Podiatry as well as General Dentistry. Services are provided by highly trained professionals. Our offices are open to the general public, adults and children, regardless of residence, income or insurance coverage.

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Let's give a warm Southwest Georgia welcome to Perveen Punjani, M.D., who recently joined Albany Area Primary Health Care! Dr. Punjani is a board certified pediatrician who is currently accepting new patients at our East Albany Pediatrics & Adolescent Center. Call 229-639-3103 today to schedule an appointment. Also, make sure to ask about the availability of Same-Day Appointments! With back-to-school germs already out in full force, we understand that you sometimes need to see a pediatrician quickly. Dr. Punjani and her team are here to care for your family and we know those Same-Day appointments are beneficial to our patients. To learn more about our Pediatric team in East Albany, please visit: #AlbanyGA #AlbanyArea #SouthwestGeorgia #Pediatrics #NewPediatrician #BoardCertifiedPediatrician #PerveenPunjaniMD #DrPunjani #AAPHC #Healthcare #SOWEGA #CaringForOurPatients

Great things are happening at our Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center in Albany, Georgia! This AAPHC medical office was approved for the "Reach Out and Read" program and families are already jumping into new books with their children. As one of the newest program sites, AAPHC's Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center is part of a growing network of more than 6,000 "Reach Out and Read" program sites nationwide. As part of this network, our AAPHC team focus on and promote children’s early literacy skills development. In Georgia there are over 150 practices implementing the program serving over 107,000 children and families. "Reach out and Read" is a national program that encourages development of early literacy in children. The program provides new books to children at every health/wellness check starting at 6 months of age to 5 years. A third of young children, and a half of children living in poverty, in the U.S. arrive at kindergarten without the skills that they need for success at school. The program encourages parents to read to their children which develops language and literacy skills as well promoting parent-child bonding. AAPHC is proud to be serving our community with this program! #AAPHC #SWGA #SouthwestGeorgia #AlbanyGA #NorthwestAlbany #HealthCare #ReachOutAndRead

Did you know that Community Health Centers serve more than 800,000 students in School Based Health Centers across the country? That’s right! It’s the final day of National Health Centers Week and we’re celebrating Children’s Health Day. Today we give special recognition to our Pediatrics and our School-Based Health Center teams who care for our local children and students. Let’s fill social media with appreciation for these teams and use the hashtag #ValueCHCs. Or, send a card or note to your Pediatrician or School-Based Health Centers so they know how much they are appreciated!

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